AT&T’s aggressive 4G LTE rollout continues with over a dozen more launches and expansions



Some carriers’ rollout pace is too slow, some are just right, but for AT&T, they’d rather be as quick about it as the 4G LTE signal is. The carrier has announced new launches and expansions for its 4G LTE network, bringing that sweet high-speed data signal to even more folks across America. The sizable list has a couple of standouts so peruse this quick list to see if you’ll finally be getting 4G in your area:

  • Berwick, PA.
  • Cortland, NY.
  • Seneca Falls, NY.
  • Auburn, NY.]
  • El Dorado, AR.
  • Prescott, AZ.
  • Flagstaff, AZ.
  • Astoria, OR.
  • Camden, AR.
  • Watertown, SD.
  • Rock Island, IL.
  • Dayton, OH.
  • Duluth, MN.
  • Kinston, NC.
  • Ocean City, NJ.

You know the drill by now: fire up your phone and see if that 4G LTE icon starts lighting up. If it does, do a few speed tests and enjoy the fruits of AT&T’s labor (and the money you gave them to help fund it).

[via AT&T]

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. still blazing fast EDGE in big sandy, tn.

  2. How do they claim they have the fastest largest 4g network yet they hardly have any citys lit up on 4g compared to big red? LIES I TELL U LIES

    1. They also throw in their hspa+ which is considered 4g the same way t-mo can claim hspa+ is 4g. Their hspa+ is still very fast though. Unless I’m on a congested tower, I see 5-7down and 2-3up on a regular basis. That is on par with Sprint’s lte speeds. I’ve seen speeds around 30down and 5-7up on lte where I live.

      1. In NJ, all of AT&T’s towers are congested lol I rarely get more than 2mbps on HSPA+, though LTE recently opened up here so speeds even on hspa+ should improve.

  3. And yet, sprint isn’t turning on any. I can’t wait until my etf hits 100. I’m gonna be out!

  4. I live in Metro Atlanta and AT&T has sorry coverage Imo, and I say that because Sprint has 4G in my area and AT&T doesn’t, when Sprint offers coverage somewhere that the big 2 doesn’t something is SERIOUSLY wrong.

    1. Let me restate my comment, AT&T has hspa+ in my area but not LTE, It still sucks though that Sprint beat them in covering my area first.

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